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Ty Hall

Cincinnati, OH

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 290



Williams Leads Football to 48-27 Win Over Army

The senior running back ties a BC record with five touchdowns

2007 Season
Started nine games...helped pave the way for 5,924 yards of total offense...helped hold opponents to only 61 tackles-for-loss (fifth in the nation) and 22 sacks.

2006 Season
Saw significant action in all 13 games; started at right guard vs. Maryland on Nov. 18...appeared on the two-deep the entire season.

2005 Season
Saw significant time behind starter Gosder Cherilus at right tackle...appeared at right tackle on the two-deep the entire season.

2004 Season
Saw significant time behind starter Jeremy Trueblood at left tackle...earned the first start of his career on Sept. 25 at Wake Forest.

2003 Season

High School
Earned 2002 All-Midwest honors from both SuperPrep and Tom Lemming...captured Associated Press All-State Division I first team honors as a senior at Anderson High School; also gained Southwest All-District accolades from the same organization...was a two-way lineman...also earned All-City and All-Conference accolades in 2002...played for head coach Vince Suriano...played in the 46th annual Big 33 Football Game in Hershey Park, Pa. on July 19, 2003; the game features the best players from Pennsylvania and Ohio...also played in the 2003 Ohio North-South All-Star Classic.

Ty R. Hall, born October 5, 1984...enrolled as a marketing and finance major in the Carroll School of Management...recipient of the Atlantic Coast Conference Community Service Award...earned 2004 Big East All-Academic Team accolades...Ty is the son of Jack Hall.

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